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Qi

In Inner Mongolia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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The photos and color profiles are quite interesting.
Quite interesting and novel perspectives are thereby opened up for the epic's overall interpretation, that deserve the attention of all scholars of the epic.
This disc, however, is reasonably well filled, and the musical program is quite interesting.
Barbara Butts and Lee Hendrix successfully demonstrate that stained glass, in both its design and execution, played an important and quite interesting role in late fifteenth and early sixteenth-century south German artistic culture.
Miriam Cooke's chapter is quite interesting in its historical coverage of the role literature plays in the region.
The emerging picture of this system is quite interesting.
Professor Conroy said: "We are at the stage where we think we may have come across something quite interesting and it looks as if it has the potential to be very very big.
I found the article "A Taxing Problem" (JofA, May00, page 51) quite interesting.
The ballet Elle E(s)t Moi ("She is Me") is about the love between a youth (Felix) and an older woman (Blanche); the plot is closely related to Honore de Balzac's romantic novel Die Lilie im Tal, but the details of the work were quite interesting in their own right.
The questions from the audience, during the second half of the show, were quite interesting.
Miller: Some of the treatments on the horizon are really quite interesting.
At last fall's Rubber Division meeting, a paper was presented by John Vicic of FMC's Corporate Development Center in San Jose that was quite interesting.